The genetic fallacy is the assessment of an argument or theory based upon its origin, history, or source rather than the argument or theory itself.
The epistemological nihilism inherent in Darwin’s theory ultimately becomes the refutation of every Darwinist.
Wallace’s argument for guidance and purpose in the universe is made quite apart from his spiritualistic beliefs.
It’s too bad that Anthony Kuhn and others cannot tell what Paul Harvey used to call “the rest of the story.”
The fact that Darwinism is in need of an apologetic for its social record should give its supporters (including Peter Bowler) more than momentary pause.